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Lafarge 2000 Trail


One of the Hamilton Conservation Authority's two Millennium projects, this 22-kilometre trail in Flamborough will link the Dundas Valley, Christie Lake, the provincially significant Beverly Swamp and Valens Conservation Area.

It will ultimately link to Cootes Paradise, Hamilton Harbour and the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trails via the Hamilton-to-Brantford Rail Trail. The trail is being developed in partnership with the New City of Hamilton the HCA and the Canada Millennium Partnership Program. The grand opening was held June 16, 2001.

Hamilton Conservation Authority, located at the western end of Lake Ontario, is the area's largest environmental management agency, and is dedicated to the conservation and enjoyment of watershed lands and water resources.

The Hamilton Conservation Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to raising funds to assist the Hamilton Conservation Authority in the acquisition, conservation and rehabilitation of environmentally sensitive lands. The Foundation also provides money to the HCA for environmental education programs and the promotion of individual conservation awareness. The Lafarge 2000 Trail was one such project.



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